After a Medical Emergency, What’s Next?

From joyful gatherings to anticipated traditions, the holiday season is filled with excitement. For many, this time of year also means taking a trip to visit loved ones or trying a new vacation destination, thus increasing the likelihood of a medical emergency away from home….

Myth Busters: Coffee is Good for You

Can you smell that? The toasty, comforting aroma of a new day awaiting. It’s what envelopes you like a warm hug and guides you through the stresses. It’s what gives you the fuel needed to walk out the front door and face what awaits. It’s…

Ups and Downs: Weight Gain and Hormone Changes

It’s no secret that as we age, our bodies experience a variety of changes. While most changes are inevitable parts of life, there are a few signs of aging that, with the help of your primary care provider and a few lifestyle changes, you can…

Tips for Navigating the Formula Shortage Crisis

By Dr. Dale Volquartsen, Pediatrician Many parents today are faced with difficult decisions concerning the feeding of their infants in the midst of what is now a crisis due to the shortage of infant formula. As with most crises, there are numerous factors that play…

Myth Busters: Only Allergists Can Treat Allergies

With Spring in full bloom and summer just around the corner, we are seeing more than just tourists arriving here on the Emerald Coast. As is evident by the yellow dust showing up on our cars and, well, everywhere else, allergen levels are on the…

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